New 0.925 Sterling Silver Genuine Black Spinel & Diamond Snake Pendant Necklace For SaleOUR New 0.925 Sterling Silver Genuine Black Spinel & Diamond Snake Pendant Necklace
Spinel is found as a metamorphic mineral, and also as a primary mineral in rare mafic igneous rocks; in these igneous rocks, the magmas are relatively deficient in alkalis relative to aluminium, and aluminium oxide may form as the mineral corundum or may combine with magnesia to form spinel.
Diamond is the hardest known natural material on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, where hardness is defined as resistance to scratching and is graded between 1 (softest) and 10 (hardest). Diamond has a hardness of 10 (hardest) on this scale. Diamond's hardness has been known since antiquity, and is the source of its name.For More Great Jewelry Please Visit Our Store.
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Material: 0.925 Sterling Silver
Weight: 1.55 DWT (2.41 grams)
Stone: 1/10 CT TW
Chain:For more information about Dimensions, please see the section below.
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Understanding Dimensions Understanding dimensions can be important when buying jewelry. Below is information that may help you choose the size you need, before buying.
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US Coin Dimensions:
Quarter Diameter: 24.26mm | Nickel Diameter: 21.21mm
Penny Diameter: 19.05mm | Dime Diameter: 17.91mm
mm = Inches Reference
6.4mm = 1/4 inch | 12.8mm = 1/2 inch | 19.1mm = 3/4 inch | 25.4mm = 1 inch
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